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Different Gear, Still Speeding (Special Edition CD & DVD)

Released on 28 February 2011

Artist: Beady Eye

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  • DVD:
  • RAK Them Out - Documentary
  • Bring The Light - Video
  • Four Letter Word - Video
  • Sons Of The Stage - Video

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 Average rating (17 reviews)

 It's only rock 'n' roll...but I like it!

| | See all zooform's reviews (21)

Oasis were great, but the dream is over. Now, let's look to the future because Liam and co. have provided a pure rock 'n' roll record. Sure, it's full of influences but that's what we expect, whether it's '50s rock 'n' roll, Lennon, The Who, The Byrds, Beatles etc. Some great tunes on offer, but of course, because it doesn't fit in with today's disposable garbage there's always those eager to slag it off, but rock 'n' roll music isn't about trends it's about the music. 'Different Gear...' is a quality record, hints of Oasis (obviously) but this far more upbeat than anything Oasis have put to record for many years suggesting it was Noel who turned the band into a laboured leviathan. Liam has his swagger back, his voice is a rough diamond, the riffs are sharp, the melodies stick in the mind - often nods to retro psych and sweet harmonies, occasionally bolstered by a beefy vibe, or just swaying in the breeze. This album is a pleasant surprise and the future looks bright. Many thought Liam couldn't pen a decent tune, but apart from 'Little James' he's always had an eye for a good melody, and with the whole band showing their support I can't wait for the next batch of records.

 Puts a extra step in your stride.

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Yes I was a fan of Oasis, yes where's Noel! but this actually is a pretty decent offering from the ashes of Oasis. Personally I think it's great how Liam Gallagher throws himself into a project and his enthusiasm kinda comes across on this debut album. I listened to a full preview of the album last week and was presently surprised how they've just got on it with decent results. I'm not going to compare this band with Oasis - it seems a futile exercise in the long run. Beady Eye are Beady Eye and I think this debut starts fulfilling their intentions nicely.

Ok so the influences are there for all to see - they aren't pretending to hide them, they are embracing them. I can see why people slate bands for it but I'd prefer to see it as a homage. At the end of the day if it makes younger listeners then pick up John Lennon or The Rolling Stones or The Who then they've kinda done their job.

I listened to this judgingly at first then repeatedly then I kinda just went with it and enjoyed it, which is what music should do. It definitely puts an extra string in your step and Liam's vocals are pretty damn good. So a fresh sounding debut is not what I expected but that's what I got. I'd buy the deluxe pack as for the price it's worth the difference will all the extra content. Order it now!

 No Noel... But Still Absolute Class.

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The Boys Without Noel Have Pulled It Out The Bag With This Epic Debut Album! 60/70's Feel To It, WIth Liam Sounding As Good If Not Better Than He Ever Has!

 Beady Eye

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Beady eye have pulled it out the bag without Noel. Liam's voice sounds superb and although its nothing special lyrically, the music is brilliant. Cant wait to see them on tour and how well this album does, with a 21st century rock and roll tune like 4 letter word and a 60/70s rock and roll tune like bring the light.

 noel

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think im gonna wait to see what noel does first liams songwriting ability was at best questionable in oasis plus hes dong his 'we're the best band in the world' big headed act again change the record will you???

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